Mindworx is an exclusively mobile service providing in-home therapy and counselling consultations in the comfort of your own home, enabling access and personalised connections to vital services (1).

Our mission is to provide access to high quality social work services to our community.
Our promise is to partner with you on your journey of well-being, recovery, and achieving your goals.
Our values
include: trustworthiness, compassion, reliability, passion for change and respect.


Mindworx, social work, therapy, therapist, counselling, mental health, NDIS, cognitive behavioural therapy, therapeutic, Melinda ScheltensMelinda has been a social worker for 27 years working across the life span from children and youth to adults and our older residents.   Melinda has specialized in supporting individuals, couples and families adapt to major life events:  Adjusting to changes in physical health, emotional and psychological well-being, career shifts, relationship and family changes and end of life.

Melinda’s has experience in NDIS and is passionate about supporting people achieve a range of goals: regulating their emotions a little easier, better relationships with family and friends, joining volunteer work, finding activities of passion and joy, and feeling less lonely.

In the last 12 months Melinda has specialised in mental health support with a psychiatrist.  She is able to combine past working experiences to provide a holistic social work and mental health service that looks at all aspects of well-being and mental illness….not just the internal.

In addition to supporting individuals and families with complex social needs, Melinda’s mental health accreditation enables her to assess and treat people who experience depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, adverse childhood experiences, family conflict and the stresses of change.

Melinda is an accredited Mental Health practitioner with the Australian Association of Social Work (AASW) and alumni of the James Cook University.  She has completed post graduate Business studies at the University of Technology Sydney.

Notes: (1) attendances to residence under Medicare can only be undertaken where a patient clinically requires a home-consultation to achieve therapeutic outcomes.